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Holistic, Healthy, Metropolis


KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox) design for the Meixi Lake Masterplan seeks is a densely concentrated urban project, centered around a 3.85km long water waywhich will be home to 180,000 inhabitants incorporating a variety of functions and building types, integrated with mountains, rivers, parks and canals, resulting in an environment which promotes both health and prosperity. As a new center within the larger metropolitan area of Changsha, Meixi proposes to offer a new model for the future of the Chinese urban landscape. Advanced environmental engineering, pedestrian planning, cluster zoning, and garden integration, are all part of a holistic strategy of design in this healthy metropolis.

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Richelle Sibolboro
Richelle Sibolboro

Design strategist and content creator for hire with a passion for arts and culture specifically in design, architecture, and travel. She has produced content for designboom, Azure magazine, Open City Projects, Digifest, and World Design Weeks. Follow her on Instagram and LinkedIn.

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